LS-TA amplified: problem with piezo?

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LS-TA amplified: problem with piezo?

Unread post by Alessio_90 » Wed Feb 05, 2020 11:21 am

Hi guys I'm new to the forum.
I'm from Italy. Currently I have an LS-TA which I love, amplified trough a brand new Yamaha THR10II.

Well, when playing chords palm muting the string, with a firm strong picking, I tend to hit saddle too, with hand.
Here's the problem: when hitting saddle (and piezo under it consequently) an annoying very loud noise comes from amp. It's a general piezo problem that I haven't know or is a specific LS-TA problem?

Thank you
Ale
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